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Yazoo rider left side pump stalls when cold

My commercial yazoo rider started to experience problem with left rear wheel not engaging when motion handle is moved forward or backword. after going forward and backward with right wheel moving the left wheel will kick in after about ten minutes. it makes a squeeking noise till it kicks in. i checked the spring and lines and they seem ok. a friend said it mifgt be the left pump going out , i hope not they are pricey. thanks

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Im not a yazoo dealer but I can tell you some easy things to check, If you have a reservoir tank with an oil filter in line, there are two kinds of hoses suction and return if there is an air leak on a suction line it may not show an oil leak but it will put air into the pump making it week most of the time its cheap
hose clamps or loose hydro filter .

A lot of hydro use a gear case bolted right to the pump without any hoses , but that not what we call commercial .
good luck

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